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John Dean, who was White House counsel under President Nixon and testified for the prosecution during the Watergate scandal, will testify to the House Judiciary Committee about possible presidential obstruction of justice.  http://ow.ly/144T50uAnWQ 

Dean, the White House counsel under Nixon, took the witness chair in 1973 to denounce his former boss, declaring that Nixon and his aides had orchestrated a cover-up within days of a botched burglary of the DNC headquarters at the Watergate complex.  https://lat.ms/2R4MvPJ 

Watch live at 11:00 am PT as former White House counsel and Watergate star witness John Dean testifies about the Mueller report:  https://www.latimes.com/politics/la-john-dean-watergate-mueller-report-judiciary-hearing-20190610-story.html 

Five decades after he helped bring down President Nixon in the Watergate scandal, John Dean called the Mueller report a "road map" to investigate possible wrongdoing by President Trump.

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